Meredith Peck Yates of Lexington recalls: My husband and I enjoyed many date nights at The Kentucky before we were married. When we met with our wedding photographers, we discussed how important it was to us for them to capture a photo in front of the Kentucky Theatre marquee. What we failed to consider was what movie would be showing on the marquee on our wedding day. Now, above our favorite wedding photo, framed in our den, the marquee reads My Life in Ruins. Three years later, my husband continues to find humor in the photo, and we continue to frequent The Kentucky on date night.
Meredith Peck Yates of Lexington recalls: My husband and I enjoyed many date nights at The Kentucky before we were married. When we met with our wedding photographers, we discussed how important it was to us for them to capture a photo in front of the Kentucky Theatre marquee. What we failed to consider was what movie would be showing on the marquee on our wedding day. Now, above our favorite wedding photo, framed in our den, the marquee reads My Life in Ruins. Three years later, my husband continues to find humor in the photo, and we continue to frequent The Kentucky on date night.
Meredith Peck Yates of Lexington recalls: My husband and I enjoyed many date nights at The Kentucky before we were married. When we met with our wedding photographers, we discussed how important it was to us for them to capture a photo in front of the Kentucky Theatre marquee. What we failed to consider was what movie would be showing on the marquee on our wedding day. Now, above our favorite wedding photo, framed in our den, the marquee reads My Life in Ruins. Three years later, my husband continues to find humor in the photo, and we continue to frequent The Kentucky on date night.

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